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Tonight In Rock: Chromeo, Fountains of Wayne, High Places, El Ten Eleven

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High Places

High Places will be playing tonight at the Echo | Photo via High Places' Myspace

Our Pick: High Places, Hecuba, Infinite Body @ The Echo

Tonight Northampton-bred power pop act Fountains of Wayne (LAist Interview) will be concluding their two-night acoustic stint at Largo at the Coronet. Montreal-based electro pop duo Chromeo (LAist Review) are poised to play to a sold-out show at the Keyclub, just before heading into the studio. We're also just getting word that Chromeo has been added to the Love Grenades' show at the Roxy with Sam Sparro. And speaking of duos, experimental two-man band El Ten Eleven will be playing at the Silver Lake Lounge with Creedle, which features Pinback front man Rob Crow. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch the final duo we'll speak of, Brooklyn's own experimental rockers High Places. LA locals Hecuba are slated to open to the show.

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High Places - "From Stardust to Sentience"

Chromeo, Spin, Citi, Adida @ Keyclub (Sold-Out)
Fountains of Wayne (Acoustic Set) @ Largo at the Coronet
Blue Note 70th Anniversary Tour w/ Bill Charlap, Peter Bernstein, Ravi Coltrane, Lewis Nash, Nicholas Payton, Peter Washington, Steve Wilson @ Royce Hall
Chromeo, War Tapes, Love Grenades, Sam Sparro (DJ Set) @ The Roxy
High Places, Hecuba, Infinite Body @ The Echo
Wovenhand, Silver Summit, Blue Giant @ Spaceland
Fuck Yeah Fest Presents: Amebix, Book of Black Earth, Doomsday Hour, Bruise Violet @ Echoplex (Early Show; 5:30 PM)
Respect w/ B.Traits, MC Julez, Scooba, Devoe, MC XYZ @ Echoplex (Late Show; 10:30 PM)
Creedle (Rob Crow of Pinback), Van Stone, El Ten Eleven, Falsetto Teeth @ Silver Lake Lounge
The So So Glos, Ashtray Babies, A.M., Dylan Doren @ The Smell
North Mississippi Allstars, Hill County Revue @ Troubadour
Champ, Dagrizzly, Ty N Cli, Fly Repps, Rich 4 A Reason, Be The Individual @ Knitting Factory (Main Stage)
Angel City Outcasts, Duane Peters Gunfight, Danko Jones, Prima Donna @ Knitting Factory (Front Stage)
New Maximum Donkey, The Raggedy Anns, Diamonds Under Fire, Young Hunting @ Knitting Factory (AlterKnit Lounge)
The Power Cords, The Christopher Walk-Ins, Coca-Cola @ Mr. T’s Bowl
Lelia Broussard, Terra Naomi, Shane Mack and Ashley Arrison, Jim Stapley @ The Hotel Café
The Humming Stuff, The Traditionist, River of Suns, Bedford Grove @ The Mint
Quetzal Guerrero & the Warriors @ Redwood Bar & Grill
Off with Their Heads @ Relax Bar
Halloween Swim Team, Shitn A, Kevin Litrow, Billygoat @ Airliner
Karen Williams and Michael Grimm @ The Viper Room (Early Show; 7:30 PM)
Cash'd Out, Hard Fall Heart, Faraway Boys @ The Viper Room (Late Show; 8:30 PM)
Sarah Hethcoat @ Molly Malones
Two Guns' Record Release Party w/ Long Live Logos, Holy Rolling Empire @ The Prospector
Boozoo Bajou @ Zanzibar
Javier Batiz and Friends @ The Rhythm Lounge
John Troy @ Royal Hawaiian
The Head Cat @ House of Blues Anaheim
Tweak Bird @ Detroit Bar
Charles Feelgood @ iLounge
The Widow Babies, Table Fruit, Killer Dreamer, Francis Harold and the Holograms @ eVocal
Leroy Powell & the Messengers @ Harvelle's

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